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CNCI seminar on ‘Customs Procedures and Documentation’ at Hotel Taj tomorrow


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The Ceylon National Chamber of Industries (CNCI) has organised a comprehensive full day seminar on ‘Customs Procedures and Documentation’ to be held tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Hotel Taj Samudra, Colombo-3.  

CNCI Secretary General Abeyratne Muthugala said that they have identified the need for many of the company employees engaged in the logistics and administrative areas under imports and exports need development in the subjects and constant updates for their professional efficiency as well as their personal development.  

Similarly, the customs procedures for exports and imports are getting fast modified with introduction of new systems into trade facilitation.  He further said that due to these reasons there were many demands from companies to organise a seminar of this calibre.

This important seminar will be conducted by Customs Deputy Directors C.S.A. Chandrasekare and T.G.A. Arahchi with Customs Deputy Superintendent I.U.S. Jayaratne with their grand expertise and decades of experience in the field.  

The areas expected to be covered at the seminar include an overview of Sri Lanka Customs, Bond procedures, TIEP and Entrepot Trade, Multi-country consolidation and Imports/Exports procedures etc.

This seminar is ideal and appropriate for managers of all levels and in various streams, executives dealing with imports and exports and also for academics. It is an opportunity to update and enhance their knowledge in order to serve their institution and the internal and external customers with better understanding. 

Reserve your seat early by contacting CNCI secretariat by phone or through cnci@slt.lk due to limited placements available. Participants will be awarded with a valid certificate and discounts will be given to the companies sending three or more participants.


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